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what to expect your first year of sobriety
01
May

Here’s What to Expect in Your First Year of Sobriety

As you transition from a life of substance abuse to one of recovery, many things will happen. It’s a lot like a roller coaster ride with many ups and downs. You will face many challenges, but it’s important to keep pushing forward and to learn how to live in sobriety. To begin this process, let’s...
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what to do when you relapse
23
Apr

What to Do When You Relapse in 7 Steps

Addiction relapses happen. They are fairly common too. Many factors play a role in how likely a relapse may happen, but on average 40-60% of addicted people relapse. So was all that hard work getting sober from alcohol or drugs a waste of time? Absolutely not! Let’s look at what to do when you relapse...
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qualities to look for in a sponsor
14
Apr

5 Fundamental Qualities to Look for in a Sponsor

If you are at the beginning of your recovery journey, one of your greatest assets is a good sponsor. Your sponsor, who is most likely a part of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), can bring you one step closer to a lasting recovery. Consider these 5 qualities to look for in a sponsor...
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dating in recovery
08
Apr

Dating in Recovery: When Do You Know You’re Ready?

In the early stages of addiction recovery, you will likely gain refreshing clarity. That may lead you to wonder when you will be ready to include a significant other on your life’s journey. How do you know when you will be ready? What steps should you take to manage dating in recovery successfully? Let’s take...
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how alcoholism can impact family dynamics
08
Apr

How Alcoholism Can Impact Family Dynamics

Alcoholism in the family is often tied to dysfunctional relationships and unhealthy home environments. It can affect the way families communicate and spend time together. It can also impact the way children develop. Let’s look at some of these situations as well as review tips to help you manage how alcoholism can impact family dynamics....
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setting goals in addiction recovery
05
Apr

Setting Goals in Addiction Recovery: 4 Strategic Tips

Struggling with drug and alcohol addiction is quite the challenge. The first step in your recovery process is deciding you are ready to change your life. Once you’ve made that choice, the next step is to set realistic goals for how to make your sobriety a lifelong reality. Let’s get you one step closer to...
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link between social media and drug addiction
03
Apr

The Link Between Social Media and Drug Addiction

Social media is inescapable in today’s world. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and multiple other platforms promote a constant connection with friends and family. When you’re in recovery, social media may not factor high on your list of worries. But is there a link between social media and drug addiction? What about alcohol addiction? In this short...
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Personality risk for addiction
27
Mar

Personality Risk for Addiction: What Traits Put You at Risk?

Addiction can happen to anyone regardless of personal beliefs or background. Nonetheless, studies show that some people are prone to drug addiction. There are a wide variety of factors that contribute to this disease such as genetics, medical history and age. Even different types of drugs and the methods of using them play a significant...
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spring break sobriety tips
20
Mar

Service, Self-Care & Community: Spring Break Sobriety Tips

Spring break is one of those things that may rattle your confidence and your sobriety. Season events can start out innocent enough with people letting loose, snapping party pics for social media and enjoying time away from school and work. But it can quickly turn into an atmosphere infused with drugs or alcohol. If you...
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how to manage anxiety in recovery
13
Mar

How to Manage Anxiety in Recovery: 4 Essential Tips

Anxiety is fear. Our hearts race, our palms sweat and ours bodies release extra stress hormones. No matter how irrational our fear seems to others, it doesn’t change our very real struggle with anxiety. When drugs and alcohol are involved, it adds another layer to ours levels of anxiety. Let’s look at 4 tips on...
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